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G/A: Meet the man who fell from 4th floor of his hall at University of Ghana.

Wahab Abdulai is near death after falling from fourth floor of his Hall at the University of Ghana, Legon, Accra.

 It is currently unclear what really contributed the unfortunate incident, meanwhile some residents suggested that Wahab fell out of his room after he slipped when attempting to move from his balcony to the balcony of the adjacent room.

 Meanwhile he is currently fighting for his life at the Legon Hospital after sustaining severe injuries on the hands and legs.

 Wahab Abdulai, is a National Service person resident in the Mensah Sarbah Hall annex A at UG, legon.

 Meanwhile the Legon Hospital had proposed a transfer of the victim to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for further treatment.

 According to the Dean of Students affairs at the University of Ghana, Prof. Godfred Alufar Bokpin, he had called for calm among students as police investigate the matter.

“I will urge every student to be calm. There should be no panic because the situation is under control. The issue is being investigated, the police and hall authorities are all involved and trying to get to the bottom of it,” he said.

 Meanwhile the police said to be investigating the situation to ascertain all the necessary information relative to Wahab's misfortune.

 Relative to that, there has being an announcement that any resident with whatsoever information relative to the incident should convey them to the authorities.

 According to some of the students at the said Hall, they are in awe after the incident. Those who were eyewitness said they hope he stays alive because the believe the incident is a deadly one.

 One student who was able tell what he saw said, "...I was moving from my room to campus as I met with the incident just right before me... He is badly injured and I can't tell what will happen to him after."




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